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Las Vegas Highlights
A trip to Sin City is a multi-sensory experience. Bask amid the glowing pulsations of The Strip and its deluxe hotels and casinos, make room to savour its world-class cuisine, and explore the surrounding desert and natural landscape by catching a breath in the pockets of calm amid the chaos.
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Las Vegas doesn’t hold back when it comes to its luxury hotel resorts, each is unique, fabulous, and offers a one-of-a-kind experience. Ride a gondola through the canals at The Venetian, loop-the-loop on the indoor rollercoaster at Circus Circus or throw coins into a miniature Trevi Fountain at Caesars Palace.
Vegas attracts the world’s biggest stars to its spectacular hotels, theatres and entertainment venues for out-of-this-world shows, musicals, concerts and performances. Come and see your favourites in action or take a chance on a new artist and absorb the electrifying atmosphere in the Dolby Live venue at Park MGM or the brand-new Las Vegas Sphere for a one-of-a-kind, immersive concert experience!
There aren’t many places you can hop into a helicopter and glide over one of the seven natural wonders of the world, but in Las Vegas, anything is possible. Take flight above the astonishing Grand Canyon and see this world-famous gorge in all its glory, while later that same day ride a gondola down the canals of Venice at The Venetian Resort and hit the casino for a quick spin on the slot machines and a nightcap.
In true American style, Las Vegas delivers when it comes to food. There are innumerable places to eat, whatever your tastes. From Michelin-starred fine dining and a host of celebrity restaurants, quick and casual eats to family-friendly joints, you’ll find it here in abundance. Stay in your hotel or head out to The Strip or Downtown Las Vegas for some unforgettable holiday dining!
Washington D.C. Highlights
You don’t need to be a history buff to appreciate the profusion of iconic landmarks and significant sites in Washington, D.C. Together with a vast museum collection, historic neighbourhoods and multi-ethnic influences everywhere you turn, this unique capital city is more than just the home of the country’s president.
From the steps where Martin Luther King Jr. made his “I have a dream” speech to the place that holds the Declaration of Independence, Washington, D.C. is packed full of important sites and provides a gateway into America’s rich and complicated political and cultural past.
Washington, D.C. has an ethnically diverse population with deep African American roots and a vibrant culture stemming from waves of immigrants from Ethiopia, El Salvador and many parts of East Asia. This is reflected in its music, its food and its architecture, which are all waiting to be explored and enjoyed.
An array of cultures and inspirations from all over the globe come together in this amazing city to forge a truly outstanding and unique dining scene. From the raw oyster bars and succulent local seafood offerings around the waterfront to the authentic eateries showcasing delectable fare from Africa, Asia and Central America, you’re spoilt for choice in D.C.
Make time for the marvellous venues along the 2-mile strip of the National Mall. With 10 Smithsonian Museums to its name – all free to enter – Washington, D.C. oozes history and is the place to visit for a glimpse into the USA’s relatively recent past, and to see how it has shaped the country it is today.
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LAS VEGAS & WASHINGTON D.C. HOLIDAYS FAQS
LAS VEGAS & WASHINGTON D.C. HOLIDAYS FAQS
LAS VEGAS & WASHINGTON D.C. HOLIDAYS FAQS
While Las Vegas is a great year-round destination, some of the best times to explore the city are during the spring and autumn months. The weather forecast will still be relatively mild, but the main draw of visiting at these times is that they both fall outside of the peak summer months. This means there’ll be fewer crowds and (hopefully) shorter queues for many of the attractions! Both seasons are also ideal if you want a similar atmosphere for exploring Washington D.C - the US capital city can be extremely busy during the peak tourism months in the summer.
If you’re concerned about soaking up some vitamin D on your Las Vegas and Washington D.C multi-centre holidays, then visiting during the summer months will suit you better. The hottest time to visit Las Vegas is during July and August, when temperatures can soar to highs of 38°C.
The hottest time in Washington D.C is also during July and August, but please note that high temperatures of 30°C and intense humidity levels can slow your outdoor adventures down a little.
Las Vegas is in the Pacific Time Zone (PT), while Washington D.C. is in the Eastern Standard Time Zone (EST) - meaning Las Vegas is 3 hours behind Washington D.C. Equally, the UK is 8 hours ahead of Las Vegas and 5 hours ahead of Washington D.C.
We provide competitive prices for our Las Vegas and Washington D.C. multi-centre holidays up to 36 months before departure, so you plan ahead and book your dream getaway. We also have a low deposit option, our flexible monthly payment plans allowing you to cover the total cost of your trip over instalments in the run up to your holiday. If you need any further guidance on our holiday finance options, simply contact us and our team will be able to help.
Your multi-centre itinerary will begin from a UK airport of your choosing. If you want a direct flight, opt for Glasgow, Manchester, London Heathrow or London Gatwick. Other major airports offer connecting journeys, typically with just one stop.
You’ll arrive in Las Vegas at Harry Reid International Airport (LAS), and you’ll also jet off from here to begin the second leg of your trip, touching down at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). The average flight duration from Las Vegas to Washington D.C is 4 hours 35 minutes.
Yes - Las Vegas has a variety of kid-friendly performances to catch during your stay! Little ones will be awe-inspired by magicians and acrobats, and belly laughs are guaranteed as there’s even a selection of comedy acts that are suitable for children. Our friendly travel team can guide you through what’s on for your specific holiday duration, sharing some of our own family-friendly entertainment highlights for your Las Vegas multi-centre itinerary.
Las Vegas is synonymous with a culture of glitz, glamour, and gambling - but this isn’t all it’s famous for, there’s so much more to see and do beyond this. From strolling down the dazzling Las Vegas Strip with its themed hotels and attractions, to admiring the same stretch from above when you jet off on a helicopter tour of the Grand Canyon, there really is something to suit every agenda. Families can plan trips to the Shark Reef Aquarium or the Ethel M Chocolate Factory for fun-filled days, grabbing a bite to eat at one of Las Vegas’ many traditional diners afterwards.
While you might not associate Las Vegas with the great outdoors, there’s a huge wellness scene here, matched with the abundance of hiking trails available. Pack your bag and explore the surrounding region by foot - you might just stumble across some panoramic city views! Art and culture has a huge influence in Vegas, so you ought to expect a slice of this as part of your visit too. The Arts DIstrict is home to contemporary galleries, chic shops, and artisan bakeries, let’s face it, nothing beats a morning stroll with a freshly brewed coffee and pastry in hand!
Yes, Washington D.C is a family-friendly destination! Parents won’t have to look too far to find some inspiration.
The Smithsonian’s National Zoo will exhaust their curiosity and the attraction doubles up as a great opportunity to teach kids about the importance of conservation. Use up any leftover energy at the Beauvoir Outdoors Playground, made up of challenging jungle gyms and obstacle courses for kids, this spot is certain to delight. If you’re visiting during the scorching summer months, then don’t miss out on The Yards Park - the whole family can splash around in dancing fountains or give kayaking a go.
Planning your Washington D.C multi-centre itinerary means taking all of the main attractions into account, and it will come as no surprise that the capital city is home to quite a few! Our roundup below takes you on a whistle-stop tour of some of the most significant historical landmarks in D.C, and it’s bound to be a hit with any wannabe historians!
- The National Mall - tick off the Lincoln Memorial, and the U.S. Capitol from your itinerary, and enjoy free admission to marvel at both of these prolific commemorations. There’s an admission fee for The Washington Monument, but it’s definitely worthwhile if you’re a history enthusiast.
- The Smithsonian Museums - this collective includes the National Air and Space Museum, National Museum of American History, and National Museum of Natural History. Exhibits vary throughout the year, so be sure to check what’s on when you’ll be visiting. There’s no need to book tickets in advance if you’re visiting during off-peak months, but you might face some hefty queues if you’re planning a trip during the summer months.
- The White House - did you know that tourists are allowed to take a free tour around the home of the President of the United States? Tickets can be booked in advance, and tours take place at specific times five days a week - with the exception of public holidays.
- The Library of Congress - bookworms will be awe-inspired after visiting the world's largest library, where countless shelves and fragile spines line the main building.
- The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial - the life’s work of one of the most important figures in the 1960’s civil rights movement is celebrated in D.C, and visiting the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial is a sombre experience.
- The Supreme Court of the United States - some of the most famous, ‘turning point’ rulings have been made at The Supreme Court of the United States, and the building itself is an immense architectural wonder.
Your suitcase selection for Las Vegas needs to include an outfit or two for sampling some of the nightlife, or catching a family-friendly show, so bring some dressy options!
During the day in both destinations, you’ll likely be doing a lot of exploring, so we’d recommend packing plenty of throw-on layers. If you’re visiting during the summer, a hat and sunglasses will be essentials (not forgetting your sun cream, of course), but in spring and autumn months, your accessory ought to be a light jacket. Comfy shoes will be a must for doing lots of wandering between attractions - and it’s worth noting that some government sites specify modest attire for visitors.